This is an extremely rare piece of 1950s atomic pottery by Glyn Colledge (1922 - 2000) for Denby.
The pattern is a most fabulous one called Cheviot - which dates to around 1956.
The bowl is a shallow one - with raised tips at each side. The decoration is etched into the black background and then all hand-painted and signed by Colledge.
Glyn Colledge was a celebrated English pottery designer. He started working for Denby in 1938. During WWII he served in the RFA Sea Rescue Service and after service returned to Denby as a trainee designer under his father Albert, who was the design director there.
Dimensions: 13 inches (33 cm) by 9 1/2 inches (24 cm). The height is 4 inches (10 cm).
These Denby Art Pottery pieces - are hard to find and always sought after - they are really museum-quality pieces of atomic 1950s modernist art pottery.
The dish will be sent to you in the UK with Parcelforce24 tracked.